In this month's Trading Strategies session, our panelists discussed everything from the midterm elections to deregulation to how financials are looking post-earnings season.
Sponsored by Charles Schwab (SCHW) , the roundtable was moderated by David Callaway, CEO and President of TheStreet, Inc. and included:
- Tony Dwyer, chief market strategist, Canaccord Genuity;
- Mona Mahajan, U.S. investment strategist, Allianz Global Investors;
- Ann Miletti, managing director and lead portfolio manager, Wells Fargo Asset Management (WFC) ;
- Bob Lang, columnist, TheStreet's Real Money premium Web site and co-manager of TheStreet's Trifecta Stocks model portfolio.
The panelists also give their latest picks for the best sectors and stocks for you to invest in.
In the clip above, they talked about why tech is still working for now and whether we may have several years of bad earnings.
"We're in that late cycle stage of an economy, right now. We are getting rising interests rates. We're getting the increased volatility. We're getting earnings and potentially, GDP growth that is peaking in 2018," said Mahanjan.
But "late cycle can actually be healthy for our market," she said.
Watch now to hear why!